FintechOS is featured in The FinTech50 2020 Yearbook, the first curated list in the world to recognise Fintech in Europe for innovation.
The list was selected from over 2000 Fintechs across Europe by an international panel of investors in and buyers of Fintech services, global techs, innovation leaders and global champions of the sector.
“In this not-business-as-as-usual year, we wanted the 50 to be relevant to the lives and livelihoods of people and business”, according to The FinTech City, who curated the list.
Together, the 50 selected fintech companies represent a wide range of services, from helping consumers to save money to making life (and finance) easier for SMEs and their employees, accelerating digital transformation, bridging centralised and decentralised finance, to addressing climate change.
Earlier this year, FintechOS was recognised as the hottest fintech startup in Europe according to reputed tech founders, investors and journalists during an event launched by Techcrunch’s editor-at-large, Mike Butcher.
The FintechOS story
Launched in 2018, FintechOS has grown its global client portfolio to include more than 40 organizations in banking, insurance and the broader financial industry. Millions of people now have access to hyper-personalized financial products and services based on FintechOS technology.
In the first quarter, FintechOS recorded a 300% increase in revenues compared to the first 3 months of 2019. At the same time, FintechOS doubled its number of new customers since the outbreak of the pandemic. Recently, FintechOS was recognised as Europe’s Hottest Fintech Startup of the Year, for “helping banks and insurers build digital products in weeks rather than months, and for onboarding 30 clients across the world, with $25bn under management”.
In 2019, FintechOS announced an A Series round of investment worth 14 million USD. According to CB Insights, FintechOS was one of the best-funded European startups last year.